John 14 (April 27, 2014)

Introduction: John 13:33; 14:12;14:1-3; 14:18; Hebrews 11:36-37

The book of John is both the easiest and hardest book of the Bible to read. The author speaks plainly, yet pointedly. As we journey through this study say this simple prayer: God speak to me, because I am listening.

Review it:

Stuff Steve said:

“As Jesus prepares to leave, he offers us hope. If I go, I will come back.”

“Adoption changes everything.”

“Take heart! God has adopted you. You never have to go back!”

“Much of our identity comes from our parents. May yours be wrapped up in the living God!”

Open It

What is my biggest challenge today?

What is my biggest worry for tomorrow?

Explore It

How does being adopted by God change your view of worries and challenges?

What does it mean to be adopted by God?

Get It

Why do you think the permanence of adoption is comforting?

What would scare you most if you had to go back to life before adoption?

Apply It

What reminders do you have that you are a child of God?

Jason McBride

Southeast Christian Church, 9650 Jordan Road, Parker, CO, 80134, United States